Letter from Murtagh Lyng to James Connolly explaining difficulties in Ireland and about running Connolly in an election in January 1902,
1901 August 3.
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Lyng writes that "the tone of some of your remarks has been much too vitriolic - tending to produce the opposite effect on some of us to what you desired". Lyng also refers to a loan from "Meath Fund", the first part of "Gallagher's paper" and, in relation to the election, to Connolly being "on the claim list" for 138 Upper Abbey Street.
Letter addressed from "138 Upr Abbey St[reet] / Dublin".
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).